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Generations talk a lot about each other and express expectations, but less often do they actually come together in dialogue. ONS and the Stavanger Chamber of Commerce want to challenge this and create arenas for generations to discuss and find solutions together.
There are just a few elementary forces that hold our world together. The one that’s the glue of society is called trust. Trust is the building block for any relationship without which the foundation will always remain shaky. Human progress has always relied on co-operation between people. Over the last years we have seen great changes in the way we work and interact.
In many areas of society, gaps between generations are a challenge that can interfere with constructive progress. One of these areas is energy. The climate challenges are rightly engaging and how to balance energy security and this crisis is one of the most important issues for humanity in the future.
At this event we will look at values of the youth and compare it to what future work will look like.
Please contact Hanne Hernes, Næringsforeningen, if you have any questions.
Jan Narvestad is the Managing Director at Rosenberg Worley, one of Stavanger’s corner stone businesses. He has a history in the oil and gas industry and represent the energy sector.
Naomi Gumaer is the founder and president of Mauka Makai Student Organization. She is engaged in the environment and sustainability, and has actively worked with aid. Naomi represents the students and the young generation
Benedicte Middelthon has a master's degree in economics with a bachelor's degree in Economics from BI Norwegian School of Management and a Master's degree in Finance from the University of Stavanger. She works as Regional Coordinator and Marketing Advisor in DNB Corporate Bankin and is also the head of the ONS Young Committee.
Marianne Chesak is the county mayor in Rogaland and represents the politicians from the Labor Party. Her most important political issue is school and youth. She represents the public sector and the experienced actors
Kyrre M. Knudsen is chief economist at SpareBank 1 SR-Bank. He has previously been chief analyst at Statoil and worked for Norges Bank and the Ministry of Finance. He has a master's degree in economics from the Norwegian School of Management and a master's degree in politics from the University of Oslo.